Breaking down Luka Doncic's emergence with Mac Engel of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Catch and Shoot
In this episode of Catch and Shoot 2.0, Otto Strong and Aaron Berlin are joined by Mac Engel, the longtime columnist of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Engel and the guys dissect Luka Doncic's incredible performance in Game 4 and whether the Mavericks can upset the Clippers without Kristaps Porzingis. The guys also weigh in on the Lakers, Sixers and who has been the most annoying personality in the bubble.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram columnist Mac Engel was in attendance at the Charles Schwab Invitational, giving Chuck Cooperstein and Mike Peasley a rare perspective into one of the most memorable Colonial Tournaments in recent memorySupport the show: http://www.kesn1033.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5-8-20 Mac Engel makes Harry 3/3 on asking for exclusive Golf course access.
The Tony Bruno Show w/Harry Mayes
Mac Engel of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram talks us about the Dallas Cowboys, analytics and the 2020 NFL Schedule.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/tony-bruno-show/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Fort Worth Star-Telegram columnist Mac Engel joins the podcast to discuss his latest column, in which he says A&M football can't do anything more to turn luck on its side. You can read more at MyAggieNation.com. Be sure to follow @MyAggieNation on Facebook and Twitter. Follow @Travis_L_Brown and @ZachTaylorSport Music by Andrew Sullivan used under his permission.Support the show: https://www.theeagle.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram columnist Mac Engel recently wrote that Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher's first season was a "bust." Engel joined the podcast to explain his piece and give his thoughts on the future of the Aggie football program. You can read more at MyAggieNation.com. Be sure to follow us @MyAggieNation on Facebook and Twitter. Follow Travis @Travis_L_Brown and Zach @ZachTaylorSport Music by Andrew Sullivan used under his permission. Support the show: https://www.theeagle.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mac Engel: Forth Worth Star-Telegram sports columnist
Two Writers Slinging Yang
On whether sports columnists have a place in 2018; on squaring off against an agitated Juan Gonzalez; on liberal writing in a conservative part of America; on the saga of an amazing woman (raped at 12) and her Dallas Cowboy son.
Dusty Dvoracek, Luke Heimlich, Joe Tumpkin, Mac Engel, Mike Roberts, Bob Stoops
University of Fish
The Professor is joined by Mac Engel of the Fort Worth Star Telegram to preview the College World Series and talk about a player from the nations number one team that should never see the mound again (even though he has a 0.76 ERA). Also joining the class will be Mike Roberts of Westword to discuss CU's handling (or more aptly mishandling) of the Tumpkin case. If that wasn't enough, Dusty Dvoracek, former Oklahoma Sooner and Chicago Bear, chimes in about Bob Stoops reitrement and what's next for one of College Football's storied programs.
Sports Palooza Radio: Author Mac Engel; 75 yo Dr. Robert Willix
Sports Palooza Radio Show
I love when a show gets a 'wow.' This one does. From the conversation with Mac Engel about his book "Pigskin Rapture" to our guest Dr. Robert Willix, who is in major training mode gearing up for his 2nd IRONMAN at age 75, Sports Palooza Radio brings you the best stories! Mac talked to us about his trip to see four football games in Texas in four days. Pigskin Rapture: Four Days in the Life of Texas Football captures not just the action on the field, but all of the the sights, sounds, and smells of a state smitten with football: from K-D’s Barbecue in Midland, to the rarefied air of Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’s private box in AT & T Stadium. Here, too, are the more subtle and occasionally unseen manifestations of Texas football culture: a homeless man who resides on a practice field in Houston; the cavernous remains of the Astrodome; the proud high school where Andrew Luck played; the Australian woman who made the Cowboy’s cheerleading squad, having never watched an NFL game; and the hangover a West Texas town continues to endure nearly three decades following the publication of Friday Night Lights.Tune in!